War veteran died on Father's Day with nothing but the clothes on his back, having been fleeced by his daughter.
He's accused of pretending to be an immigration officer and conning a couple out of nearly $100K.
Three-piece punk rock band Minimal Silence from Howick College have taken out the Manukau regional final of Smokefreerockquest for the second year running.
Once a hub for Girl Guides and Scouts, Glen House Hall is now extending its usage for all.
OPINION: The consequences of a crash, demerit points or conviction should be considered before consuming alcohol and getting behind the wheel.
East Aucklander finch breeder Adrian du Plessis is looking forward to taking part the Auckland Metro Bird Club's 108th annual bird show.
Howick College's International Food Festival fundraised $2360 for the Blind Foundation NZ.
Manager of Auckland Boys' Choir Fraser Faulknor received a Queen's Service Medal for his contribution to children, education and music.
Chris Griffiths set an example for his three university age children when he was awarded with a $10,000 Freemasons Postgraduate Scholarship.
Howick residents are distressed about their land disappearing due to an overflowing stream.
New Member of the NZ Order of Merit, Hamish Crooks, tells his story of serving the Pasifika communities.
An ambitious programme to plant one million trees in Auckland has put down its first roots in the Eastern suburbs.
Sky TV boss John Fellet is the second inductee into Baseball New Zealand's hall of fame.
GRAPHIC WARNING: The man was trapped between a rubbish truck and a tree.
Aussie bluesman Claude Hay arrives in Howick with a strong reputation and a swag of accomplishments.
ON THE BEAT: People can prevent themselves being subjected to an unpleasant experience by using "common sense" approaches.
The thoroughly entertaining West Side Story is returning and the Eastern Courier has a double pass up for grabs.
Two emerging television producers have given up sleep and their social lives in a bid to win $100,000.
Hornets lance the champs, Fencibles roll on their winning way, and Pakuranga and East Tamaki get over losses out west.
An East Auckland mother is holding Arabic story sessions in libraries to teach children the language and traditions.